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UT LEAD Events

As a UT LEAD student, you’re required to attend at least one event from the following categories: Leadership, Excellence/Achievement, and Diversity.

 

To record your attendance at these events, we’ve set up a VOLink page: https://volink.utk.edu/ 

Check out our guide on how to record your events here:
Logging LEAD Events on VOLink

 

Looking for an event to attend?  Check out our calendar and list of suggestions below (each event has a link to more details including times and locations). You can click the calendar below to access the PDF version.
*Listed events are not inclusive of every event that can fulfill this requirement.  Please feel free to attend other qualifying events you find that aren’t posted.*

 

 

Leadership: uniting and motivating others in the pursuit of a common goal

Experiences that expose students to leadership experiences inside and outside the classroom including leadership conferencesservice opportunities, and leadership positions.

  • Saturday, January 11th from 9:30-4:00pm | Ladies of Charity Warehouse Volunteer, sign up to serve here.
  • Monday, January 13th from 10:30am-5:00pm | Knoxville Museum of Art: Volunteers may attend part time if they cannot make the entire time above, sign up to serve here.
  • Saturday, January 18th from 8:00am-12:00pm | MLK Day of Service: Volunteers should sign up to serve here (meeting in the Student Union)
  • Saturday, January 25th from 9:30-4:00pm | Ladies of Charity Warehouse Volunteer, sign up to serve here.

Excellence & Achievement: developmental experience that will aid in your growth as a young professional

Experiences that expose students to excellence and achievement inside and outside the classroom including undergraduate research, meeting with an Academic Coach, attending an educational workshop, completing a career assessment and meeting with a career consultant, and participating in Educational Advancement Program.

Diversity: the acknowledgement and celebration of similarities and differences

Experiences that expose students to diversity experiences inside and outside the classroom including attending an event hosted by the Diversity Educators, Safe Zone Training, and any cultural events, programs, or training that enhance intercultural skills.